The Darjeeling Limited

Wes Anderson seems to be converging on his own formula — an outstanding palette and excellent visual composition, meandering adventures, humor mixed with sorrow, and protagonists disconnected from the world and, often, their fathers.

This one moved me emotionally a bit, though not as much as Aquatic. I didn’t enjoy the “short” at the beginning.

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